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Rebecca Minkoff

Emily has clearly mastered the Modern Lady look. I love the mix of textures and prints in this outfit, from her floral clutch to her woven kitten heels. Plus, her layered moto and fuzzy wool coats are the perfect mix of hard and soft. The full midi skirt is on our emerging trends radar, and Emily’s is flawless. Yet another item to add to this season’s must-have list!


Shop similar styles:
Print Clutches | Midi Skirts | Ankle-Strap Pumps

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Rebecca Minkoff Floral Clutch ASTR Midi SkirtVC Signature Pump

“I like that my bags can be worn different ways, so every woman’s experience is unique in how she’ll wear hers.” —Rebecca Minkoff

Mannish motifs were fused with an ’70s edgy-punk attitude on the runway at Rebecca Minkoff. For fall, the reigning queen of downtown cool borrowed from the boys in the form of tailored outerwear as well as looser and longer silhouettes. British electro duo AlunaGeorge performed live and galvanized the packed house at Lincoln Center.

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If it seems to you like every time you’ve walked around the block lately you’ve spied yet another woman carrying a Rebecca Minkoff handbag (the tassel zippers are telltale, aren’t they?), you could be on to something.

The Ladies Who Minkoff (a.k.a. Minkettes) are a growing urban tribe that comprises all levels of the social spectrum—from starlets to starving students. And they rarely settle for just one bag. So the ever-obliging designer artfully churns out one covetable carryall after another—from the iconic Morning After Bag in a new hue to tassel-free totes—to satisfy the demands of her downtown devotees.


November 29, 2013

Top 10 Black Friday Deals

The craziest shopping day of the year is finally here! Check out The Thread‘s top 10 Black Friday deals below, then shop the full array.
Raga Animal-Print SweaterVince Camuto Gold Cuff

Raga Animal Pattern Pullover | Vince Camuto Cutout Cuff


Meet the perfect new way to show off your taste in style: the Rebecca Minkoff ‘Mini M.A.C.’, in color combos that you’ll only find at Nordstrom.


Laura is a fashion blogger (PURSES AND I) from Italy, and she says she’s having a blast at Paris Fashion Week, despite the crazy crowds and weather.

Amidst the mayhem on the streets, it was great to have a moment of calm with Laura. Not only is she a sweetheart, she has a lovely, feminine sense of style as well. I love her mix of lace and mohair, two popular themes in Paris. Her nude accessories are a perfect match, too.


Shop similar styles:
Nude Pointy-Toe Pumps | Black Lace Day Dresses | Beige Quilted Handbags

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

MICHAEL Michael Kors PumpIvy & Blu for Maggy Boutique Lace Dress | Rebecca Minkoff Bag

Irina is back and just as gorgeous as ever! This dentist-turned-blog star is such a pleasure to shoot—I think it’s impossible for Irina to take a bad picture!

Today was a little gloomy, but Irina says she’s trying to prolong the summer season as long as possible. She looks effortlessly cool and is rocking all the hot trends: graphic tee, moto jacket, plastic detailing and the fold-over mini.


Shop similar styles:
Wrap Skirts | Shoe & Handbag Trend: Textured | Graphic-Print Tops

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Trouvé Wrap Skirt | Dezario ‘Tiffany’ Sandal | Rebecca Minkoff Graphic Sweatshirt

Editors, bloggers, actors, models—the front row at Fashion Week always turns up a bevy of familiar faces. We found some of our favorites at a few of the season’s top shows.

Christina Ricci and Rashida Jones at Thakoon (See our backstage coverage at the show)

T style director Kate Lanphear and brand consultant Michelle Harper at Thakoon

Fashion consultant Yasmin Sewell at Thakoon

Kyle Anderson of Marie Claire at Thakoon

Bloggers Natalie Joos and Bryanboy at Rebecca Minkoff (See our runway coverage of the show)

Miroslava Duma of Buro 24/7 and blogger Leandra Medine at 3.1 Phillip Lim (See our photos from the show)

Blogger Rumi Neely at Yigal Azrouël (See our photos from the show)

Model/blogger Hanneli Mustaparta at 3.1 Phillip Lim

Mary O’Regan

September 7, 2013

Latin Flair at Rebecca Minkoff

Now that you’ve seen the winning tee and tote design at Rebecca Minkoff‘s show, it’s time to take a look at the rest of the collection. This season, Minkoff blends Latin American flair with classic American sportswear, channeling influential Hispanic women like Frida Kahlo, Bianca Jagger and Caroline Issa. It’s most evident in vibrant embroidery and floral prints, mixed with trend-forward sporty touches like perforated fabrics, masculine stripes and leather backpacks. But the collection wasn’t the only thing catching all the attention—models walked the runway to a live performance by Janelle Monae.

Mary O’Regan

Rebecca Minkoff was looking for the next big thing in creative talent–a designer, a model and a photographer to all bring a Nordstrom-exclusive tee and tote to life in a national campaign and then to walk the runways at Fashion Week. Announcing the winners: designer Anjni Raol of California, photographer Anna Cone of New York and model Sarah Cousins of North Carolina.

With Raol’s winning t-shirt and tote design as the centerpiece, photographer Cone and model Cousins took the spotlight as part of the collaboration’s national campaign. Opting for a street-style look, Cone photographed Cousins in the heart of downtown New York City – the quintessential Rebecca Minkoff backdrop.

Watch this season’s runway show below, and snatch up your own winning Rebecca Minkoff tee and tote.